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Cuisine: Turkish - Price: $$, $17 to $24

1164 Cambridge St, Inman Square

Turkish food gone upscale (and a little expensive), but worth it if you choose carefully:... READ MORE

Boston Kebab House


Cuisine: Turkish - Price: $

7 Liberty Square , Financial District

Turkish cuisine stars at this take-out joint. Notably, the eye-popping "meze bar," a self-service cold... READ MORE

Brookline Family Restaurant


Cuisine: Turkish

305 Washington St, Brookline Village

Big, delicious portions for short money make this very casual spot a great place to... READ MORE

Istanbul Cafe [CLOSED]


Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Turkish

1414-1418 Comm Ave, Allston-Brighton

This used to be a good Turkish restaurant on Beacon Hill; now it's an amazingly... READ MORE

Kolbeh of Kabob


Cuisine: Persian, Middle Eastern, Turkish

1500 Cambridge Street, Cambridge

Pasha Turkish & Mediterranean Cuisine

3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Turkish, Mediterranean - Price: $13 to $20

669 A Massachusetts Ave., Arlington

Turkish food never lets you down, and Pasha has pretensions to some of the best ever sold to the general public in these parts. Not... READ MORE

Saray Turkish Restaurant

3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Turkish - Price: $11 to $19

1098 Comm Ave, Allston

Saray means “palace” in Turkish. Doesn’t look it on the outside, but this halal-meat, no-alcohol storefront is actually a very fine Turkish restaurant. Don’t miss... READ MORE

Sultan’s Kitchen


Cuisine: Turkish

116 State St., Boston

One of only a few Turkish restaurants in the city, and the longest-lived, Özcan Ozan's... READ MORE

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